Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 8, 1953 · Page 3
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The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. 4 or A Scries DisjiMrd Air Employable jflit* Weather ME VETERANS ADMINISTRATION on-the-job training program helped to prepare this disabled veteran from World War II for his job as bookkeeper in the employ of Lagomarcino Grupe Co. in Galesburg. He is Eldrcd D. (Bud) Lierly of 1172 N. Broad St., whose leg was amputated as result of wounds sustained in action on Okinawa Island with the !)6th Infantry Division. Vocational rehabilitation of a handicapped person is a good investment, according to statistics cited in connection with the current observance of National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week. Realty Transfers Russell E. Wescolt of Galesburg to John R. Flaherty, 1020 Willard St., property in Fair Grounds Addition for $2,500, subject to $7,413 mortgage. Mechanics Homestead and Loan Association of Galesburg to Arthur II. Hendricks, 125 Silver St., properly in Olof Hawkinson Addition for $3,500. Kenneth W. Schleifer of Gales­ burg to Frank K. Fleming, 1706 liaird Ave., property in Race Track Addition for $7,000. Mrs. Mattic R. Thomson of Galesburg to Mrs. Margaret L. Gambell, 1037 N. Seminary St., property in Finch Addition for $11,000. Soldier Returns Home After 21 months with a tank [division in Alaska, Cpl. Ronald Batson has returned to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs ILLINOIS: F'nlr And not Bo rwil to- nlRht, Friday f/tlr unci mllrl. Low tonight 4S-52. High Frldty BS-74 north and 74-7B fcouth. IOWA: Mostly fair tonUhl nnd Friday not so tool rust tonight. Low tonight 40-4S. High Friday 70-73 CfirCAOO ANT) VICINITY: Fair find warmfT today and tonight. Friday mostly fatr and llltlr changf In temperature. High today near 70 Low tonight 50. High Friday fin. Southerly winds 15 mph. today and tonight. Outlook for Saturday: Fair, little: rhangc In temperature. OAT.ESBUIWJ AND VICINITY: Fnlr and not no cool tonight. Friday fair nnd mild. Low tonWht, •!<). High Friday 72. Low Friday night 4(5. LOCAL WEATHER Noon rending, 14; morning's low, 41. Clear, wind southerly, no oreelpllallon. (Wednesday's maximum. 5!); minimum 13.) Sun rose today nl fi:04 a. m., sets at 5:31 p. m. Morning Rlars, Mars, Venus and .Hipl'.er; evening stars, Mercury and Saturn. niVER STAGES Dubuque— 7.4 0.0. Davenport--3.8 rise 0.1. Burlington -7.3 0.0. Keokuk—2.5 fall 0.1. LaSalle—10.4 fall 0.1. Peorln—11.5 fall 0.1. Havana—5.0 fall 0.3. Beardstown—9.0 fall 0.4. Graflon-15.0 0.0. St. Lou to 1.0 fall 0.6. St, Charles—10.3 0.0. Young Driver Fined Anthony Padilla, 17, of Galesburg was assessed $14.30 in police court for driving without a license after his arrest Wednesday at 4:45 p.m. on Monmouth boulevard. He also was charged with failure to comply with a lawful order of a police officer directing traffic. The second count is scheduled for court Oct. 17| and Padilla was released on $200 bond. Marriage Licenses Forrest Craig and Mrs. Ruth M. Brackett, both of Galesburg. Everett L. Hopping and Miss Maxine J. Roberts, both of Abingdon. Charles Batson of St. Augustine He took his basic training at Ft. Knox, Ky. RCA VICTOR RECORDS —AT— LINDSTBOM'S PRESENT LIVING ROSARY —Under the sponsorship of the Sodality of Our Lady, students of Corpus Christi High School Wednesday night presented the Living Rosary in Corpus Christi Church. As each participant recited a portion of the Rosary, the candle which the student was carrying was lighter! by Tom Hagerty, prefect of the Sodality. The Rev. J. Edward Lohan, director, preached the sermon following the Rosary and the services closed with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Following the ceremonies a brief business meeting of the Corpus Christi P.T.A. was held in the school's Youth Center. A social hour and refreshments followed the meeting. Have You Heard That Mrs. Marie Deatherage, 880 Avn-| W. (',. Sleight of 03(3 Frank St. nue A, Tuesday was admitted as:departed Tuesday evening by train nue i\, i uesuay was • - J - „ - T ........ a patient in St. Mary's Hospital.|fr,j o.operslown, N Y., where he 'She is in Room 222 and may re-v • ceive visitors. -|\\as called by the death of his father, William C. Sleight. E. C. Shelby of 456 E. Fifth St., f a retired empltye of 'the Burling-; /{ mbulance Calls . has returned to nis ton Railroad, has returned home from Cottage Hospital, where he was a patient three weeks. Dr. S. M. Hanauer has returned from Chicago where he attended the 39th annual clinical congress of the American College of Surgeons. for that nice warm feeling . . . around your pocketbook! e0°" 60« 32 98 There are many ways to keep warm when winter sets in: as many ways as there are Kay McDowell styles! But only one gorgeous price for coats you have to see, have to touch, to believe. Marvelous colors, classic styles . . . each and every one with 100% wool innerlining or milium lining. Sizes 5-15. 221 e. main layaway or charge Mrs. Richard Sandborg from 9(if> N. Cedar SI. to St. Mary's Hospital. Mr-. Alice UeSpain from the Cottage Ifo'-pital to 428 E. North St. Mrs O'ive Holmes from the Cottage Hospital to 414 N. Cedar St. Frank Park from 1034 Florence Ave. lo the Cottage Hospital. Mrs. Frank Mosley from 1233 S. Kellogg St. to St. Mary's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Olson from 108! N. Kellogg St. to the Cottage; Hospital. "Have all your freih dairy foods delivered/' •\r tec- says Mickey the Milkman lit Phone 4994 Losey at Whitesboro f DAIRY You can practically make one dollar do the work of two when you invest in one of these smart fall suits made by one of the country's well-known makers of quality clothing. Only good-quality all-wool fabrics — the kind you find in much higher- priced suits! 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